So this is my first entree in a while–a quite easy one, too. If you’ve ever been to Rubio’s, you may have had one of their fish tacos, perhaps a Blackened Fish Taco? Gradually spicy but satisfying, these Blackened fish are simple to make, and have the potential of feeding a larger group, depending on how much fish you have.
Basically, blackening your fish involves heating butter or other fat on a (cast iron) pan on high heat, then putting your fish on, just a minute or so, in order to sear each side, which will previously be coated in a particular spice mix.
Next comes the familiar part, which is assembling the tacos. You can do this any way you want of course, which makes this meal more custom than not.
I use Tilapia, and it works very well with this recipe, but you can use any white fish, and it should work just fine.